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Fat Boy's Gone
John Taylor Meltdown
song by John Taylor
Released 1999
Recorded 1992
Genre Pop, Dance
Length 5:00
Label B5 Records
Producer(s) John Taylor
Patty Palazzo
John Taylor

"Fat Boy's Gone" is a song by John Taylor, released on the Meltdown album by B5 Records in 1999.

About the songEdit

The song was written by John Taylor, who also co-produced the track with Patty Palazzo. "Fat Boy's Gone" was recorded seven years previously in 1992 at the home of Taylor, just before the release of Duran Duran's Wedding Album.

The song is a pop/dance track, released on the Meltdown album on Taylor's own B5 Records and purchased through his own website Trust The Process.

LyricsEdit

Well my instincts is right
Time to walk from the fire
Leave the burnin' behind me
Take a walk to the water

Cause living ain't easy- you get a lot of monkey
And living in the crowd makes me uneasy
All of the lifelines keep on getting longer
See us humming see us alive

FATBOY'S DONE FATBOY'S GONE

I know you want me and I want you
I'm easy to live with- but I'm easy to lose
So take a hold now hold me by the hand
And don't let me go now not for any other man

FATBOY'S DONE FATBOY'S GONE

And though I know I won't be leaving you
I feel at most the change is over
I like to think we're getting older
It makes no difference to this story...

FATBOY'S DONE FATBOY'S GONE

Cause living ain't easy- you get a lot of monkey
And living in the crowd makes me uneasy
All of the lifelines keep on getting longer people
getting older
I know you want me and I want you
I'm easy to live with- I'm easy to lose
So take a hold now hold me by the hand
And don't let me go now not for any other man

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